Marina Gisich Gallery — one of the pioneering contemporary art galleries which appeared in St. Petersburg in the end of 1999-s, based in St. Petersburg Russia and founded by Marina Gisich in 2000. At the moment it plays one of the key roles in the Russian contemporary art market. Throughout the past two decades, Marina Gisich Gallery has developed the contemporary program that now represents around thirty distinguished artists, mostly of the Russian origin.
Since 2010 the gallery participated at the international art fairs, such as ARCO Madrid, Vienna Contemporary, Art Paris, Contemporary Istanbul, Volta NY, Art Miami. Since October 2019 the gallery joined the management of the Russian AGA (Association of galleries).
At the 1703 Art Fair, the Marina Gisich Gallery will feature the work of three artists, each known for their consistent commitment to black and white. For each of the authors, the conscious «discoloration» of the works plays a special expressive and semantic role and is embodied in very different techniques — from structural graphics to pictorial bromoil and filigree metal wire sculpture. Monochrome artworks by Kirill Chelushkin, Nadia Zubareva, Gregori Maiofis reflect the polarization of the world, dichotomous thinking, which penetrates deeper and deeper into our everyday life.